EU Referendum Result: Investors don’t panic markets will stabilise

Stock market losses

Following the EU Referendum vote, investors should not panic. Stock markets will be volatile over the next coming weeks, but I believe this will be a short-term effect.

Clearly, there are concerns and investors are going to see portfolios fall in value, however investing is not for the short term.

The FTSE 100 dropped 9 percent in early trading, however, an hour later it had bounced back to being only 5% down.

My opinion is the FTSE 100 is likely to fall to 5000 over the coming months and let us not forget there are other worldwide issues which are going to put pressure on world stock markets.

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